3720 South Las Vegas Blvd., Suite 260
Las Vegas NV
Eva Longoria Parker's glamorous nightclub Eve, situated directly above Beso, is the place to be seen on the Las Vegas Strip. A favorite party spot among Hollywood's hottest stars, Eve has hosted celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Prince, will.i.am, Vivica A. Fox, Regina King, Mario Lopez, AnnaLynne McCord, Avril Lavigne, Kendra Wilkinson Baskett and Hank Baskett, along with regular appearances by Eva and her husband, Tony Parker.
Eve envelopes guests in a luxurious atmosphere wrapped in black and sparkling gold, featuring lavish VIP booths, floor-to-ceiling windows and a 50-foot-tall arched ceiling to accentuate the glamorous interior. One-of-a kind colossal video screens surrounding the dance floor are a striking, state-of-the art feature unique to Eve alone. Renowned DJs and a premium sound and lighting system make Eve the ultimate nightclub to dance the night away.
Beso and Eve are located on the second level of Crystals across from ARIA at CityCenter Las Vegas.
Currently Golden Globe-nominated, Screen Actors Guild Award-winning, and ALMA Award-winning Eva Longoria Parker stars as Gabrielle Solis on the ABC-megahit "Desperate Housewives." The show is a multi-Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild Award-winner, with more than 30 million viewers in the U.S. and shown in 208 countries around the world, which is now going into its sixth season. Eva has received numerous other awards including People's Choice Award for "Favorite Female TV Star," Bambi Award, and Teen Choice Award.
A passionate philanthropist, Eva pours her free time, energy and heart into missions that make a difference in the world around us. Eva, founder of Eva's Heroes (www.evasheroes.org), which provides an after school program for individuals with developmental disabilities, is also the national spokesperson for Padres Contra el Cancer (Parents Against Cancer, www.iamhope.org), which helps Latino families who have children with cancer by providing them with educational, financial, and language resources.
The face for L'Oreal, and the executive producer and host for the National Council of La Raza ALMA Awards, Eva is producing her first documentary HARVEST. HARVEST brings the struggles of the estimated 500,000 mostly Latino children, who work in this country's fields, unprotected by the Fair Labor Standards Act because they are farm workers, out of the shadows.
Eva is also involved with the United Farm Workers, the Dolores Huerta Foundation, the Mexican American Legal Defense, and Education Fund, and works to bring attention to important issues such as voter registration and the US Census. In addition to being a restaurateur, Eva is the owner of her own production company, UnbeliEVAble Productions and an eco-friendly development firm, The GreenVille Project.